The first day of Paris Fashion Week Fall-Winter 2016 ended with designer Glenn Marterns‘ Y/Project showcase. The show consisted of both menswear and womenswear collection.
The womenswear show presented the Belgian designer’s rework on the shapes with exaggerated proportions, trousers gathered at the ankle, an unstructured, oversized zipped bomber and ruff collared shirts. The main focus was given on the ties and knots that structured the clothing. A unisex based fashion, which, however, reveals so much femininity.